First, we have to make several circles form a sheet of coloured paper (a child traces a template, and then cut it out). We need one large circle – a belly of an elephant, two small –legs, and two medium - a head and an ear). After cutting out circles, our pupils must glue them to a sheet of paper. The largest-a belly, will be put in the centre.
Pupil are to paint in black a white and a yellow sheet of paper to create parallel strips remaining masking patterns on a tiger’s and a zebra’s skin. The next, task done by children (or with a help of a teacher) is to cut out shapes of animals from prepared in this way sheet of paper. Then the youngsters draw eyes and mouth of African savannah inhabitants.
Creating an artistic collage presenting a life of a meadow inhabitants, children should first paint green grass, and a blue sky and a lake. Then they glue, cut out from newspapers or books, drawings and pictures of storks, frogs, snails, green grass and trees, butterflies. A full of life and movement picture of a spring meadow has been created. A meadow has o lot of inhabitants.